Marketing Infographics



The Big 2017 Content Marketing Spend

The future is bright – and filled with content! In light of this, it’s critical for companies of all shapes and sizes to develop functional, actionable, and flexible content marketing budgets that help them plan for the inevitable future of content, and how it will...

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The Content Marketing Ecosystem

Content marketing isn’t going away anytime soon, at least that’s what the “Current Content Ecosystem” infographic from CopyPress says. After interviewing over 300 in-house marketers, agencies, and freelance creatives, CopyPress released a study from their primary research. In the study, 84% of marketing agencies expect content to become more important in 2017.

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The Ultimate Guide to Micro-Influencers

Micro-influencers are your best brand asset that you didn’t even know about. They may not have millions of followers like mega-influencers have, but what they do have is the key to driving the most conversions for your brand. It’s the difference between a fast-moving tidal wave and a single cannonball splash. Want to know more about micro-influencers, and the benefits of working with them?

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Anatomy of a Nonprofit Newsletter

For a nonprofit organization, sending a regularly scheduled newsletter is one of the most effective ways to spread the word about a cause, promote a call to action, and inspire philanthropy. It can be a key factor in staying connected with volunteers, donors, and even staff.

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Why Promotional Products Work

Promotional products are having long-lasting effects on their recipients according to recent statistics. From baseball caps to branded tech, statistics reveal that promotional products are shown to have long-lasting effects on their recipients. Learn why promotional products work in this infographic from Custom Logos.

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Finding the Perfect Topic for Your Business Presentation

To deliver a great business presentation, you need to go full blast from the get-go. Even when you’re still trying to come up with ideas for your talk, you should dedicate ample time and effort in your work. The perfect topic won’t come knocking on your door—you have to find it and work hard for it.

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2017 Website Design Trends

This infographic shows some of the future trends for 2017 and beyond in the world of web design. As 2017 approaches, we are beginning to see a move back towards a more visually comprehensive and impactful design trend. Full width Images, split screen layouts and monochromatic colors are some of the upcoming trends.

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Understanding the Importance of a Style Guide

The style guide is essentially your branding bible. It explains exactly how the company should be represented, what words or phrases are acceptable, and what design elements to use. If you have a comprehensive style guide, then you should never worry about your contractors straying from what’s expected. When you hire a freelancer, send them the style guide and then schedule an onboarding call to review any questions or issues they might have.

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Design that Speaks: Styling PowerPoint Background Designs That Work

Ideally, PowerPoint pitches should consist of a limited amount of words. Therefore, being expressive is a challenge. Usually, they only contain keywords but because designs impose tone or suggest interpretation, they become more comprehensible. Studies suggest that elements of art have several different connotations to them. However, they are seldom obvious. It’s common to people that yellow is a happy color or that red looks romantic.

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2017 Web Design & UX Trends to Boost Conversions

Each new year brings with it a new batch of trends we can expect to see popping up on websites. This infographic from The Deep End shows ten predicted web design and UX trends for 2017 that have enormous potential for increasing website conversions.

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Toongraphic on Whiteboard Animation

While there are pros and cons to each approach, there is a solution for anyone interested in creating a whiteboard video. Whiteboard is exceptional at explaining conceptual material to audiences. There are even options that require little to no budget or drawing/artistic abilities. The right fit for your project can easily be found by researching the various softwares mentioned in this infographic by IdeaRocket.

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How to Make Your Website More Effective with Less On It

Did you know that you can still make your website effective even with a minimal design? Others call it as a minimalist website. It’s a design that aims to balance aesthetics with functionality, which allows the visitors to focus more on the content itself. If you have a website, then you might consider a minimalist design. Why? Here are a few reasons.

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How To Identify Influencers in Social Media

There are influential people in just about every industry. However, because they are generally not household names, you will need to search to find who these people are. They are often relatively easy to find, as they have hundreds of thousands, often millions, of followers on a particular social media platform.

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Persuasion: The Ultimate Essential Skill in Marketing

Good marketers will keep talking about what they’re offering non-stop, hoping that the service or product—its features, specifications, and the like—will entice the customer to buy it and letting it do the talk. Great marketers will relate with the following infographic by SlideGenius. Let’s study up on persuasion, the ultimate essential skill.

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